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Tuesday, March 31st
WVW-TV Presents: Pearl Harbor 2.0? Are Russia & China Preparing For War with the United States? Click here to watch now:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J3dPZhsi-HU WVW Broadcast Network is a...
Monday, March 30th
Please Re-post. LIVE 8pm CT Wednesday and Thursday night on the report released by the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service regarding drafting America's daughters, mandatory...
Thursday, March 26th
WVW-TV Presents: Socialists & Coronavirus Fake Numbers to Collapse U.S., Defeat Trump, Push a Digital Dollar & Control Americans and Others Around the World? Click here to watch now:https://...
Thursday, March 26th
Guest: Michael Weiner. The Coronavirus emergency legislation by the U.S. Congress is going to cost America many trillions. How will this impact your finances and the value of the dollar? Is America...
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Tuesday, January 31st
Author(s): Robert Meyer

                                         Thomas Paine: A Life of Skepticism  January 29th marks the birthday of famous American thinker and essayist Thomas Paine. He is often thought of as a Founding Father, though he was not on the drafting committee of either The Declaration of Independence or The Constitution of the United States. It is certainly no exaggeration though, to say that Paine was highly influential in providing the philosophical support for the American Revolution. His work "Common Sense," provided a polemic that harnessed the willingness and zeal in the fight for independence...

Monday, January 30th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

Students and friends,Often in our classrooms we recommend book-lists which will enable you to grow on your own, apart from us as professors. This time we would like to take a moment and recommend a "NOT-list." The first book we will bring to you is the newly released, Revolution, by the skilled-pollster (and amateur theologian) George Barna. Overall, this book is a critique (make that a full-body slam) of the church's inability to impact the American culture in a positive (i.e., redemptive) manner. Thus, in this book he notes that due to the church's lack of being an impact player, God must...

Sunday, January 29th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

 If There is No God • If there is no God or creator, then everything happens by chance or by mistake. • If there is no God, then man was not created in His image.• If there is no God, then there is no right or wrong.• If there is no God, there is only the natural world.• If there is no God, then man does not have an eternal soul and there is no life after death.• If there is no God, life has no meaning.• If there is no God, man does not have a free will, for he is the product of his environment.Yale University history professor Donald Kagan acknowledges the consequences of the worldview that...

Sunday, January 29th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

Polygraphs Get Past the Tip of the Sex Abuse IcebergJ. Michael Sharman             One day last week the front page of our local paper was dominated by three news articles which involved the sexual abuse of minors: A 38 year-old free-lance photographer was arrested for the rape-murder of a 17 year-old girl; a longtime area pastor was bonded out on the second indecent liberties charge lodged against him in a week by former students of his Christian school; and a man pled guilty to three counts of carnal knowledge of a 13 year-old girl when he was 29 years-old and was sentenced to serve six...

Sunday, January 29th
Author(s): Robert Meyer

                                              The Alito SchuffleA member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, perhaps Democrat Joseph Biden, declared that the confirmation process is broken. This was said in response to the formality of the week-long interrogation process for Justice-to-be Sam Alito. In a sense, I'm inclined to agree with his assessment. However, I'm more interested in examining why the process is broken, not disputing whether it is, in fact, useless.The real problem is that once upon a time the Senate viewed its advise and consent duties as an obligation to test for superior...

Friday, January 27th

HAMAS VICTORY IS MIDDLE EAST POLITICAL EARTHQUAKEJan Markellwww.olivetreeviews.org   The futile efforts in the Middle East to have Israelis and Palestinians live in security side by side has just been dealt what could be a fatal blow.  This may be good news and I'll expand.  Hamas won a victory over Fatah, the party of Mahmoud Abbas, on January 25.  This may drive a nail into the coffin of the "Road Map to Peace" just as the Oslo Accords hit a dead end.  The "Road Map's" FIRST requirement was to disarm groups like Hamas.  Instead, the Palestinian people revealed much about themselves: They...

Thursday, January 26th
Author(s): Dennis Wright

The Issachar Report1 Chronicles 12:32Dennis A. Wright, DMin.  The New York Times Blasts the President,Or, Why Should Anyone Listen to a Dinosaur? "The President and the Cabinet in Washington are far behind the people," shrieks the New York Times.  "They are like a person just aroused from sleep, and in a state of dreamy half-consciousness." Sounds all too familiar from The Grey Lady whose motto, "All the News that Fit to Print," might more accurately be rendered, "All the Mud that's Easy to Sling!" In her article entitled, "The New York Times vs. America," Michelle Malkin summarized this...

Thursday, January 26th
Author(s): Rick Strange

  It is late January as I'm writing this, and like everyyear at this time, my thoughts are on the prebornchildren, some 47 million and counting, who have neverseen the light of day in this great country of ours.  But I am departing from my usual column about abortionto address an issue even more foundational to themoral fabric of American culture.  That issue is humanorigins, and it finds expression in American publiclife through the debate between the opposingworldviews of evolution and creation. And this debate is an emotionally charged one.  Onecase in point is the recent Kitzmiller v....

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